Clear symbolism and informative text are key elements of the visual vocabulary of the Chronofighter Vintage D-Day series. One of the most important dates in European and North American twentieth century history is boldly printed in white at six o’clock on a black, grained dial. This gains extra poignancy in the light of the fact that the amphibious invasions on the Normandy beaches began at 6.30 am on 6 June 1944. At three o’clock on this ominous day, massive artificial Mulberry harbours headed across the channel to help resupply the invasion force. This significant hour is marked on the watch by a circled star, the Allies’ standard military marking. A black rubber strap with a mesh pattern signs off the edgy, robust look.
Black grained dial with D-Day luminescent inscription and limited edition serial number. Snailed silver seconds counter with plain black five pointed star.
Round with patented fast action start/stop trigger
G1747, automatic chronograph. Movement certification Chronofiable®
330 feet/ 100 m / 10 bar
Black rubber mesh pattern with steel pin buckle
44 mm steel case abd bezel. Steel fast-action start / stop trigger and reset pusher. See-through sapphire crystal case back